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The Role of the Bone Scan in Trauma

  • W. Bessler
  • W. Schaub
Conference paper
Part of the Radiology Today book series (RADIOL.TODAY, volume 4)

Abstract

Bone-seeking radiopharmaceuticals are taken up in fractured bone regions. The amount of radioactivity deposited reflects the amount of bone repair.

Keywords

Stress Fracture Bone Scanning Fracture Region Scintigraphic Finding Occult Fracture 
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  • W. Bessler
  • W. Schaub

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